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THE AJiGUS, SATU11PA1 MAY 13, I81Ki.
Free lunch at the Star ' saloon to
night. Free lunch at the Star saloon to
night. Plenty of strawberries at Long's
Cars every 10 minutes to Watch
Bicycles, at Mcllugh's, on the in
For a nice parlor suit go to Clem-
ann te Salzmann's.
The best line of bicycles in the tri
cities at Mcllugh's.
Call anl see the new putT ties at
Lloyd & Stewart s.
A new line of onyx tables at Clem
ann & Salzmann's.
Those junior suits at the M. & K
are simply equisite.
M. & K. have opened the new aud
latest agonies in straw hats.
Are vou -oinrto buv a bicvele this
rear? If so. call on Mclluirh.
Those new pu IT ties just received
at Lloyd & Stewart s are beauties.
Call and see our line line of bed
room suits. Clemann & Salzmann's
Dr. and Mrs. J, W. Stark, of Keo
kuk, are visiting relatives in the city.
Bicycles The Columbia, Victor,
Warrick and Wavcrlv for sale by Me
Hugh. Ladies parlor desks, new designs
jnst in, at Huckstaedt's. Easy pay
ments. If vou intend to buy a bicycle this
summer, now is the time, at Mc
You should see the window of un
derwear M. & K. have placed on sale
at 2o cents.
Have you seen those new Maekin
tosch coats at Lloyd A Stewart's?
You'll visit M. & K. for your suit
of spring clothing it's to your in
terest ti do sn.
Those 1 double breasted cheviot
s nits at t he M. .V- K. are strictly all
Ucfrigerators .-old on eay pay
ments at Huek-taeilt's. No extra
charge for credit.
Are you feeling cranky and knock
ed out? Monroe's tonic will cure vou.
Marshall .v Fisher.
All perishable troods sold regard
less f cost at Long's from 0 to lit
o'clock this evening.
If you are looking for anything in
the carpet line you will find it at
Clemann - Salzman.
Buy your furniture and carpets at
II. F. Cordes". 1x02 Second avenue,
and save 25 per cent.
Do not fail to see the six trained
bears, lcibboons and monkeys at
Watch tower Sunday.
I don't belong to any combination.
I tix my own price; that is why I sell
so cheap. II. F. Cordes.
New effects in carpet, rugs, cur
tains and Japanese matting at Iluek
staetlt's. Cash or credit.
You can find just what you want
in the way of negligee shirts, neck
wear, etc.. at the M. - K.
Some extraordinary novelties in
Star waists, junior blouses and chil
dren's suits at the M. K.
Lounges, couches, easy chairs, par
lor suits, new designs at low prices.
Cash or credit. Huckstaedt's.
"Where am I at?" If not yon
should be at Marshall & Fisher's buy
ing a bottle of Monroe's tonic.
Buy furniture, carpets, lace cur
tains, baby carriages, refrigerators at
Huckstaedt's. Easy payments.
McIIugh has the finest bicycles
manufactured in the world and will
sell them on the installment plan.
I don't sell you a cotton carpet for
an all wool. One price, everybody,
at II. F. Cordes', 1802 Second avenue.
A band of Russian gypsies with six
trained bears, monkeys, and ba
boons will be at Watch tower tomor
row. Maj. J. M. Beardsley and William
McEniry have been retained de de
fend Dr. E. M. Boyer, indicted for
Buy your graniteware at the East
ern Fair. We sell the genuine gran
ite as cheap as the imitation is sold
Fine corner lot on Fifteenth
street and Eighth avenue, in Huber
& Feetz's addition, for sale cheap by
A. I). Huesing.
Big reductions on lamps of all
kinds, at the Eastern Fair, next
week. Remember the place, 2109
For a hat you will not find a bet
ter selection in the city than at
Lloyd & Stewart's, hatters and gen
There will be a young men's meet
ing at the usual hour tomorrow at '
the Y. M. C. A. Special solo sing-'
ingby C. M. Carlstedt. All men are'
The local committee in charge of
the arrangements for Memorial dav
has secured the eloqnrnt young Dick
Yates as the Memorial day orator in
The school election occurs the last
Tuesday in June, the 27th. The re
tiring members of the board of edu
cation are Dr. C. Bernhardi and
David J. Sears.
The largest bears in the country
will be at atch tower tomorrow.
They will be taken to the World's
Fair. They are well trained and do
all kinds of tricks.
A full line of bar glassware, crock
ery, china, tinware, etc., which are
being sold at the lowest prices. We
keep nothing but first class goods.
and sell as cheap as the cheapest.
President Cleveland yesterday
named Editor (ieorre Van Horn, of
the Muscatine News-Tribune, as
postmaster at Muscatine, vice John
Mahin removed, a most deserving
and creditable appointment.
It will pay you big. if you want to
ret a carnet. to look at riv line. It
is the best, the linest and by far the
eheanest. Come in and compare
and judge for yourself. H. F
Cordes, 1802 Second avenue.
The Amateur Musical club desires
to express its thanks to the press, the
Electric Light companies, Woodyatt
music house. Clemann & Salzmann
and Manager Montrose, of Harper's
theatre, for courtesies extended.
Capt. Robert Koehler gladdened
many of his friends by ' his appear
ance on the streets this morning. He
was able to go to Evans' barber shop
and be shaved and returned home
feeling no worse for his outing.
The opening dance given bv the
Oakdale club at Black Hawk tower
last evening was well attended, about
100 couples being present. Strasser's
orchestra furnished the music and a
delightful time was had bv everyone
The funeral of the late Mrs. E. P.
Pinnco will take place at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon with short services
at the residence conducted bv Kev.
F. W. Merrell and sermon at the
First Methodist church by the Rev.
Dr. McCord, of Davenport.
A men's service will be held at the
First Baptist church tomorrow even
ing under the auspices of the Young
Mi n's league. F. W. Freeman presi
dent. An address will Ihj made by
the pastor. Special music. The or
dinance of baptism administered be
fore t lie address.
The social given by the sewing so
ciety of the First M. E. church, last
evening, for the purpose of furnish
ing the reading room ot the l. M. C
A. was quite largely attended and a
roodlv sum was realized. Supper
was served in the early part of the
evening, and later strawberries and
cream were partaken of. A short
musical programme was earned out
md the altair was both pleasant and
EmTiassiMlor and Minister.
We do not see the need of pivinsf the
title of "embassador" to any of our min
isters to foreign countries. They can all
do their business, in obediancc to orders,
under the title of minister as well as un
der any other title. There is less fustian
in the litics and diplomacy of oni
times than there was in the times of our
respected progenitors. Truly embassa
dor to the court of St. James has a high
er sound than minister to England, but
it is less descriptive. An embassador, ac
cording to modern usage, is the personal
representative of his 80vereij?n at the
court of another sovereign. Our minis
ter to England has no business dealings
with the sovereign or at court; his proper
business is at the foreign office. Guess
it is likely that the title of minister will
serve all useful purposes, and it is orna
mental enough. Besides, an embassa
dor would want to get a bigger salary
than a minister gets. That is a serious
thought for us. New York Sun.
Death of a "Noted Bohemian Oats Mun.
Jay M. Orcutt, the widely known Mich
igan Bohemian oats schemer, is dead.
Orcutt operated in the country from 1883
to 1885. The scheme was to sell 50 bush
els of seed oats to 15 farmers in each
township at $10 a bushel, taking one
year 7 per cent notes in payment, the
sellers bonding themselves to sell double
that quantity from their crops at the
same figures, keeping 25 per cent. It is
estimated that the Bohemian oat scheme
netted $100,000 profit, Orcutt's share be
ing about $25,000. He was extravagant
and spent his money as fast as received.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
Metal Ties For Roadbed's.
Numerous metal ties have been invent
ed and many railroads have tried them.
but all have proved unsatisfactory. The
principal objections to them are based
on their cost and their nonelasticity. A
track laid on metal ties wears out roll
ing stock much faster than one laid on
timber. New York Tribune.
Card of Thanks.
The members of the family
of the late Mrs. Elizabeth
Trenaman desire to thus pub
licly express their sincere apprecia
tion of the many acts of kindness of
neighbors and friends during their
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No AlumJJ
-Used in. Millions of Hon: es 40 ieara the, Standard.
The Home Foram.
J. II. Kerr, of G. J. Dempsey Home
Forum, initiated 35 members of Ar
senal Home Forum Thursday even
ing. After the initiation ceremonies
the Forum completed its organiza
tion with the election of the follwing
President J. W. Day.
First Vice-President Mrs. Sarah
Second Vice-President Frank
Secretary Mrs. Sylvia Hemenway
Treasurer Spencer Mattison.
Historian F. H. Schroeder.
Assistant Historian Rose B. Coch
Orator W. M. Pratt.
Assistant Orator Miss Belle Head
Porter Ira Peck.
Outside G.iard L. Eihl.
Board of Directors W. P. (Juavie,
C. J. Larkin and P. J. agner.
Kheumiiism Cured in a Dy.
'Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tern is remarkable ami mysterious
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose greatly benehts 75 cents.
Otto Gijotjan, Druggist,
J E. Montrose, Man
ONE XKiHT ONLY,
Wednesday Eve., May 17th,
Special onsrajroramt of the veil known and
I'ojmlar Irii-h cnietlian
-Murray and Mack-
-in their latest Mieeess
Our Irish Neighbors,
Supported by a company of Comi-dinn?, Sin:.'
vrt Dancers aii'l Ani'Tici Crfiie?t
Ste the Mitrhcll siml t'orht-lt !et aril the
F itle f-iii ins; ltiirUsinr Cirrus. D'Mi't mi?- this
funny ni.lii. I" u tier the sulu t nptrwsiou of Mur
ray anil Vack.
l'rires $1.14), TS, W ami 25 cent?: frcurc seuts
RE Vol" IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want H situation
Want to rent room?
'Want a servant Kill
Want to wll a farm
Want to pell a house
Want to exchanpe nnthin(r
Want te Foil honachoUl poods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
t SK THESE COLUMNS.
THK DAILY AKGt S DELIVERED AT YOUR
door ever evening for 14Mc per week.
AIT ANTED A ;OOD SKPOND OIKL. APPLY
W at J. II. Wilson's residence, SniO Fifih ave
MAN WANTED: SALAtY AND EXPENSES.
Permanent place: whole cr part time. Ap
ply at once. Brown liros. Co., Nursmymi-n,
"117 A NTH D SUCCESSFUL CANVASSER.
V? Qualified to him 'la ceneril airency . Salary
from start. Itest reference? required. Give
aye. Lake Ontario Jur-Jcries, Kocueetcr, Is. i .
AOENTS WANTED AOENTs TO TAKE OR
ders In everv town and city : commission or
liberal salary to snccefal solictors; steady
work. Scr l referenc s and secure territory
promptly. Ellwanser & Barry, Mt. Hope nurser
ies. Rochester, N. .
The Best .
ALSO QUICK MEAL
gVg C NTIRE
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & iMartin
good thing for
Lawns 32 inches wide,
Ladies' Kibbtd Vests veiy
ibaliies Choice styles,
Ladies' Shirt Waistt- From the
beat manufacturers in tbe
U. S., styles fine.
Towel AM linen,
We add tc jtbe was, '
pvtrnen new an-1
inspection mw. xvitfc '
Special attention cal!., t0
Prices Lower than ever.
o ; r j j.: i i
oweepiny ieuucuuii, bucn as we maKe in Pri;-
ui nrsi ciass gooas neretorore unknown :
Only Monday, Tuesday, Wln'r-hiy.
French strip summer corsets
French strip in ecru :$7e
French strip in ;ray ;?7c
Corset waists (sold l- others for
l.-o) ". S3c
All the above are the celebrated
II. & J. corsets manufactured at
Jackson, Mich., and we jxuaran
tee that there is no better cor
set in the market for the monev.
Ladies Jersey l'i , -
Ladies" Jcr-ev i -j ! ., . v .
tcr i jiialit v
Ladies" Jr.-ey i . v.
Ladies fain nii-!i
jrailire l:i-t k . . .
Ladies" black h-- . . .
Men's heavy leu kf .pi , k-
" fancy stripe h...,.
fancy seanile halt h ...
Big job lot of Men's Over and Under Shirts at less than uli -i'. Jr
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
is the boct ekin lotion in nee. It contains no
mineral or oily eiibgtjincoi". Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, Dittoe Block, Davenprt. corner
Third and Brady.
64 nnpo Modical trpatipe rontainlni? much infor
mation and many valuable receipts free upon ap
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nnest brands of domestic
and imported ciiiars. All brand of tobacco.
The acore of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1903 Second Avenue.
F J. YOUG, Proprietor.
172S Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Plraacisl
la cow located in hia new building at the corner of Fif:h avtuue
and Twentyahird street.
J. IWL CHRISTY,
uiinrirrnDro nr roirrror 111
Ark Yonr Qrocer for Them.
The Chriety "Oyster" acd CLrj y "WJI
r) n J 1
AND PERFECTION OF FIT-
That's what you get when you buy your Spring outfit at the
No such lines of Novelties were ever shown in Rock Island,
our stock of Nobby styles in Boys and Children's Novelties
has no comparison in this vicinity.
Everything New. No Old Stock.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
. Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street Tte Old Stand. J
Shoe Store 1804 8econd Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store. (